Student or Learner
1.To picture a word is a good way of "harmonic"in learning English. I don't know how to spell "harmonic", please help.
2. How to say "when there is a gain and lose situation involved" in a short phrase or sentence or word?
Association of interests?
These "rolling eyes" are starting to give me the pips. I wish someone would delete the damn thing.
I think the word you are looking for is 'mnemonic'.
As for your second query, how big is the loss? Enough to warrant calling it a Pyrrhic victory? or just a 'trade-off'?
Last edited by David L.; 23-Nov-2008 at 10:49.
I was trying to say that friends could become enemies when there is a interest conflict?or what's the better way to describe this situation?